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Twelve organisations across the North will benefit from the last round of the Arts Council’s small scale capital awards, our programme that invests in buildings and equipment to increase organisations’ resilience and enable them to offer improved experiences for both artists and audiences. Continue reading
The Whitworth Art Gallery reopened on 14 February after a £15 million refurbishment that has transformed the 125 year old gallery and fully integrated it with the park. Nearly 18,000 visitors joined in the celebrations over the weekend – 2,000 more visitors than the gallery would record in an average month prior to closing.
ARTISTS! We’re having an Open Art Exhibition between 4th of April & the 2nd of May if you are interested & want details contact us by email & we’ll send you details and an entry form. firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively pop in & pick one up! CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES: 20th March 2015
On Thursday 12 March 2015, at the Media Factory, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, a unique one day sound-event and collaboration between Circuit Bridges New York and UK artist Patricia Walsh.
A one-day conference, taking place at Hull Truck Theatre, Digital Utopias will inspire and spark debate about how new technologies are enabling creativity across the arts. The conference will capture topical and diverse approaches to curation, archiving, collecting and creating from a range of art forms, from the visual arts to theatre.
Arts and culture in this country thrive on a mixed funding model of which donations and sponsorship are a very important element.
Two of the Arts Council’s National portfolio organisations in Greater Manchester have recently received significant financial investment of this nature – the Hallé Orchestra through sponsorship and The Lowry from two donations. Continue reading